Darren McFadden sprains right foot

OAKLAND, Calif. -- Raiders running back Darren McFadden suffered a sprained right foot in the first half of Oakland's 28-0 loss to AFC West rival Kansas City on Sunday.

McFadden had two carries for 4 yards and caught one pass early before leaving the game Sunday. He returned to the sideline with his right foot taped.

McFadden was on crutches and had a walking boot Monday. Jackson said the plan was to rest McFadden this week anyway.

Linebacker Rolando McClain appeared to re-injure his sprained left ankle in the second quarter. He moved in and out of the lineup in the second half.

The Raiders also lost safety Matt Giordano to a neck injury.

Information from The Associated Press contributed to this report.